Lying Kids Drink More Alcohol

Written by ,on 26 June 2017

Kids who lie to their parents are more likely to drink alcohol underage. They’re also more likely to become alcohol

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Teen Drinking is Killing our Future

Written by ,on 12 June 2017

Teen drinking has always been around; it is not a new occurrence. It is however, starting to become a huge

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Health Benefits of Alcohol are False (and it gets worse)

Written by ,on 24 February 2017

Many people believe that light drinking has health benefits. The most common belief is that a glass of red wine

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Heavy Alcohol use Alters Brain Activity Among Teens

Written by ,on 10 February 2017

  Introduction The University of Eastern Finland researchers have recently found that substantial alcohol use among teens can have significant

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Alcohol Abuse Treatment For Women

Written by ,on 20 January 2017

According to the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism, Women’s bodies react differently to alcohol than men’s bodies. That

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Blacking Out: Alcohol-induced Amnesia

Written by ,on 02 November 2016

A blackout caused by alcohol is defined as “amnesia for the events of any part of a drinking episode without

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DUI VS DWI: Bad Idea Either Way

Written by ,on 07 September 2016

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is different than driving under the influence (DUI) in a couple of ways. How they are

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Children of Alcoholics Characteristics

Written by ,on 22 August 2016

Being children of alcoholics can be extremely stressful. Your parent(s) may get angry a lot, may threaten you, may forget

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Partying with Depression: Not so far apart?

Written by ,on 06 August 2016

It’s not a party if it happens every night. Many addicts tell themselves they are ‘just partying’ when in reality

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From Drunk or Drugging to Jail: A Strong Possibility

Written by ,on 03 August 2016

It’s been said there are only three endings for a lifetime of drug addiction: a mental institution, prison, or death.

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